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tramp
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tramp /træmp/
  • danh từ
    • tiếng đi nặng nề
      • the tramp of marching soldiers: tiếng chân bước nặng nề của đoàn quân
    • cuộc đi bộ dài
    • người đi lang thang; lối sống lang thang
      • to be on the tramp: đi lang thang
    • (hàng hải) tàu hàng chạy không theo đường nhất định (gặp hàng đâu chở đấy)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) người đàn bà đĩ thoã; người con gái đĩ thoã
    • động từ
      • bước nặng nề
      • đi bộ, cuốc bộ
        • we'll have to tramp it: chúng ta sẽ phải cuốc bộ quãng đường ấy
      • đi lang thang
        • to tramp the streets: đi lang thang khắp phố
    Concise Dictionary
    tramps|tramped|trampingtræmp
    noun
    +a disreputable vagrant
    +a person who engages freely in promiscuous sex
    +a foot traveler; someone who goes on an extended walk (for pleasure)
    +a heavy footfall
    +a commercial steamer for hire; one having no regular schedule
    +a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure
    verb
    +travel on foot, especially on a walking expedition
    +walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud
    +cross on foot
    +move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 march, hike, trudge, plod, slog, plough, tread, trek, walk, US mush:
    I must have tramped across half of England looking for work.
    2 Usually, tramp on or upon. See trample, 1, below.
    n.
    3 march, trudge, plod, slog, trek, hike, walk:
    Every day we had to make the five-mile tramp into the village for water.
    4 derelict, vagabond, vagrant, drifter, rover, gypsy, beachcomber, Brit dosser, down-and-out, Australian swagman, US hobo, bum, down-and-outer:
    The police do not allow tramps to sleep in public parks.
    5 step, tread, footfall, footstep:
    She couldn't get to sleep until she heard her husband's tramp on the stair.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 (also hobo) [C] a person with no home or job who travels from place to place, usually asking people in the street for food or money
    2 [sing.] the ~ of sb/sth the sound of sb's heavy steps: the tramp of marching feet
    3 [C, usually sing.] a long walk: We had a long tramp home.
    4 (old-fashioned, AmE, disapproving) a woman who has many sexual partners
    + verb (also AmE informal tromp) to walk with heavy or noisy steps, especially for a long time: [V] We tramped across the wet grass to look at the statue. + the sound of tramping feet + [VN] She's been tramping the streets looking for a job.


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